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interleave

[‚in·tər′lēv]
(computer science)
To alternate parts of one sequence with parts of one or more other sequences in a cyclic fashion such that each sequence retains its identity.
To arrange the members of a sequence of memory addresses in different memory modules of a computer system, in order to reduce the time taken to access the sequence.

interleave

interleave

To intersperse one after the other. See sector interleave and memory interleaving.
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Tektronix has developed the asynchronous time interleave (ATI) bandwidth-multiplication technology used in the 70-GHz Model DP070000SX.
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Using the fiber communication method, it interleaves the signals and audio outputs while eliminating the need for any additional fiber communication boards.
This is exceptional in MS R, for Wordsworth usually entered some twenty lines in each page of the interleaves. Then on the rectos and versos of 154/155 and 156/157 Wordsworth again tried to compose the lines following those on 152/153ir.
His life and work intersect to create a monument, and White knows that what counts in his biography is that very intersection: cleverly subverting biography's chronological imperative, he interleaves passages from the novels throughout his narrative of the life.
The multi-phase boost converter interleaves the clock signals of the paralleled power stages, reducing input and output ripple current without increasing the switching frequency.
All models sample at 5 GS/s on all channels simultaneously, and the 600-MHz scope interleaves to 10 GS/s.